Hollande: ISIS Not Assad is Enemy of France

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The Paris attacks will force France to change its Syria policy

France has long advocated Assad’s removal. The response to Friday’s events suggests that confronting Isis will now be the top priority.

This unpopular president, who has disappointed supporters and is scoffed at by opponents for failing to solve France’s economic woes, managed to incarnate and reassure a wounded nation after the Charlie Hebdo attack last January. Now, again, he appears as a determined leader facing the fears of his compatriots and promising an uncompromising response.

But in recent months there has been a growing unease in France, including from within Hollande’s own camp, with some of his core diplomatic and military choices. A growing number of voices are calling for alternatives.

Read more at UK Guardian

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